Document and summarize continuous improvement activities across your teams and org.
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The kaizen report allows you to create a simple visual guide to continuous improvement activities on a team, departmental, and organizational level. These reports generally have areas for capturing before and after, and can also include visual elements and additional details or sections.
About the kaizen report template
What is kaizen?
Kaizen is a business philosophy that originated in Japan. It is based on the continuous improvement of working practices and personal efficiency. In companies that follow this philosophy, all members of the organization—from the CEO down to individual contributors—are expected to participate in kaizen practices.
What do you include in a kaizen report?
A kaizen report doesn’t need to be overly complicated. In its simplest form, it summarizes what the situation was before, which action(s) you took, and what the effect was after. You may wish to include visual elements (photos, diagrams, etc.) to help illustrate the story.
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